Staniloae’s Departure from Neoscholasticism: A Theological Biography Staniloae’s attitude 2 (Roman: Editura Episcopiei Romanului si Husilor, ), 92– Teologia Dogmatica Ortodoxa [Orthodox Dogmatic Theology], Second ed., vol. Dumitru Stăniloae has 65 books on Goodreads with ratings. Dumitru 2, The World: Creation and Deification by . Teologia Dogmatică Ortodoxă vol. 1 by . Support Advanced Search. Dumitru Stăniloae The Experience of God: Orthodox Dogmatic Theology, vol. 3, The Person of (2) Iisus Hristos, lumina lumii și indumnezeitorul omului (Colectia Dogmatica) (Romanian Edition). by Dumitru.

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Through his creativity, Staniloae presented an intrinsically Orthodox theology that was enriched, not corrupted, by Western categories.

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It also leads him to misunderstand some of the ingenuity de- voted to this topic by Catholic theologians such as Karl Rahner. And yet, it seems U that contemporary Western, not Eastern, theologians are most determined to find new ways to express the Trinitarian theology and alternatives to the person-nature terminology.

Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. The person does not bring the character of subject as something new to divine nature. Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants. East and West acknowledge the re- vealing work of God in each other, a revelation that extends beyond the patristic era. Editions du Cerf, This is the N NC aspect of apophatism that Lossky has consecrated, precisely in his most vehement criticism of the West for its lack of apophatism.

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These themes are wonderfully synthesized 58 Chipul 1: He applied open sobornicity both knowingly and unknowingly. Staniloae preferred not to talk about these terri- ble five years in which he was mentally and physically abused through vio- lent interrogations, isolation, hunger, and beatings. He thereby opened a path for the divine energies to radiate to all mankind from within human nature itself. Holy Cross Orthodox Press, The Immortal Image of God: Their purpose is to transform gradually the existence of the faithful according to the image of the Human-Christ.

Know- ing that the book would have to gain the approval of censors, Staniloae was forced to write his Dogmatics in the Scholastic form of Russian manuals.

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To give just one example, Staniloae admitted that, at times, Orthodoxy has fallen into the temptation to dogmatics either ordained or universal priest- hood over the other. Toma, Traditie si actualitate la pr. What Is Orthodox Theology? Can they adopt categories that originate in other Christian theologies and adapt them to Orthodox purposes? Low to High Price: Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go.

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Editura Arhiepis- copiei Ortodoxe Sibiu, Thus, our final deification will consist of a contemplation and experience of all the divine logoi and energies conceived in and radiating from the face of Christ. Out of Print–Limited Availability.

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Translated in English as The Experience of God: A modified version of this chapter has appeared in my book, Dumitru Staniloae: Calinic Berger 5 Synaxi vol. Calinic Berger 3 Synaxi vol. The restoration of unity is for Western Christianity a matter of aban- doning the plane of exclusivist alternatives. But their study was stajiloae piecemeal, and they missed the whole; indeed, such blindness is positively worthy of marvel. There are, how- ever, some notable exceptions, which include: Henceforth cited as Restaurarea.

Bucharest,henceforth cited as Chipul. Remember me on this computer. Rather than being perceived as the foe, the West becomes the friend that helps the East develop its own legacy.

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